Punctual, motivated Supervisor with highly organized nature and skilled in balancing needs of individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities in a professional capacity.
As a Home Supervisor, I am currently responsible for a home of 11 individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities ensuring that their standards of living are meeting their health and personals goals. I am responsible for the continuous job training of about twenty-six new and regular staff through inservices, verbal communication, and certifications. I ensure the home is appropriately staffed during appointments, community outings, and staff shortages by planning ahead for coverage while maintaining the POT hour cap. As the rotating Supervisor on Duty (SOD), I am responsible for the coverage according to regulatory minimums as well as incident management for a unit of five homes. I ensure the accurateness of staff's time as well as make adjustments and approve time in the CAPPS system. I conduct and submit accurate reports, such as Unit Deployment, Dashboard data, Shift Differential report, PPE and supplies, Skill Acquisition Plans, Mealtime Management, Vehicle Mileage Logs, and additional reports. I conduct employee evaluations as well as settle disputes between staff by acting in a diplomatic manner and coming to resolution appropriate to the dispute. As part of the Interdisciplinary Team, I provide input and concerns to the RNCM, PCP, QIDP, BHS and HAB among others to form appropriate plans for individuals regarding diets, assistive equipment, community and campus goals and positive behavior plans. I follow through with injury and incident reports with pertinent information collected from staff and report to the IDT, PCP and UD. I perform purchasing transactions on behalf of the individuals according to their needs and funds available, always providing receipts and documentation. I set up and conduct interviews with potential new staff following through with reference checks and assisting JRC with any information needed to complete due diligence. I participate and give input in weekly meetings with campus disciplines, supervisors, unit directors and campus directors concerning campus issues.
As a DSP III, I was responsible for the health and safety of a group of individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities. I was also responsible for a staff of ten employees during the morning shift. Responsibilities included delegating duties to staff, ensuring individuals arrived on time to appointments and programming and completing shift logs. I carried out the Dining Plan and ensured individuals received the correct diet foods and textures according their plans. I ensured staff's understanding of ATDP's, SAPs, and Service Objectives. Ensured all data was accurately documented by staff in a timely manner in the caretracker system. Assisted home supervisor in planing community outings according to individuals needs and interest.
As a DSP II, I was responsible for the health and safety of a group of individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities. I was also responsible for Shift Charge duties when DSP III was absent. Responsibilities included assigning groups of individuals to staff. Ensuring individual's appointments and ATDP were being followed. Assigning duties to staff. Modeled appropriate work practices to staff regarding how to interact with individuals and provide them with active treatment activities.
As a DSP I, I was responsible for the health and safety of a group on individuals who have intellectual and physical disabilities. I observed and provided detailed documentation in iBooks and caretracker data system of individual's behaviors, needs, projected goals and abilities. I engaged and assisted residents in their day to day activities while enhancing their independence skills. I used the appropriate PMAB techniques to de-escalate individual's target behaviors according to their PBSP. I worked as a team with HS, QIDP, BHS, and other support staff to ensure each residents' health, safety, and goals are being met. I operated state vehicles to transport residents on leisure activities such as community outings as well as transport to and from medical appointments in the community and on campus. If needed, I also assisted residents in money management skills while they conduct their personal purchases in the community.
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